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I hope thats true for all of Italy Frank Bruni For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Hockenheim | Updated: July 30 2016 12:45 am Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg head into Sunday’s German Grand Prix separated by six points (Source: AP) Top News Lewis Hamilton’s move to seek clarification about team mate Nico Rosberg’s controversial pole lap in Hungary from the F1 governing body’s Charlie Whiting was misjudged and regrettable his Mercedes team said on Friday “It’s my understanding that Lewis did go and see Charlie” said the team’s technical chief Paddy Lowe referring to the International Automobile Federation’s (FIA) Formula One race director Whiting “But it wasn’t in any way to seek a review of Nico’s lap – it was for his own understanding of what should be done in the future how that should work for him in the future “I think that was regrettable” added Lowe who said Hamilton should have got any information he needed from his team Rosberg took pole position for the last race in Hungary going faster on the lap on which he set his benchmark time despite encountering double waved yellow flags deployed to warn drivers about Fernando Alonso’s McLaren which had spun Rosberg was investigated after the session but stewards deemed he had slowed down sufficiently and allowed him to keep pole Hamilton who was on provisional pole at the time and abandoned his final attempt at seizing the top spot contacted Whiting after the session But the Briton said it was merely to seek clarification on how much a driver had to slow for double waved yellow flags and not to prod stewards into taking action against Rosberg The rules say a driver must slow down significantly and be prepared to change direction or stop “Personally he should have kept to advice from the team and we can obtain that from Charlie as necessary” Lowe said “It was just a misjudgement from that point of view” Whiting on Friday denied he had been lobbied by any drivers who are due to discuss the yellow-flag situation with him in their regular post-practice briefing “I’m sure we’ll get a bit of discussion this evening but I’ve had no lobbying from drivers” he told reporters He also unveiled tighter rules for qualifying aimed at avoiding a repeat of the controversy following Rosberg’s Hungary pole A red flag to halt qualifying will now be shown every time double yellow flags are waved starting with this weekend’s German Grand Prix Hamilton and Rosberg former childhood friends turned championship rivals head into Sunday’s German Grand Prix separated by six points The Briton leads having toppled the German from the top of the standings after his win in Hungary For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Visakhapatnam | Updated: November 22 2016 12:49 am India attacked with spin from both ends on a pitch that was showing invariable bounce and assistance for spinners (Source: PTI) Related News Indian Test cricket skipper Virat Kohli said that England team’s lack of intent gave him enough “assurance” that they would crumble anytime during their herculean chase of 405 Opener Alastair Cook and teenager Haseeb Hameed blocked almost everything adding 75 runs in 502 overs but once they were dismissed it became a walk in the park for the home team as the clinched the Test with a 246-run win “Not giving away at more than 15 per over we thought they would come out with more intent to be honest And to see the approach that they had obviously gave us assurance that once we get a couple of wickets it will crumble pretty quickly because there wasn’t much intent from the batsmen” Kohli made no bones about what he felt about visitor’s approach “It is a pretty basic thing to do to be honest and if you don’t have intent in the fourth innings it is tough to play out four and a half sessions” While most of the other batsmen were busy defending Kohli aggregated 248 runs from two innings with scores of 167 and 81 Asked about his batting Kohli said:”It is only if you have intent that you will be able to play the ball accordingly because you are looking to play it with the bat If you don’t have intent and you are looking to control the ball and if it does something then you are in no position to control it the edges fly off” “If you are looking for runs you defend well because your head is on the ball as well So that was the idea to get runs as the pitch gets tougher to bat on show intent and keep getting runs in between extend the lead so the opposition feels the heat of those 30-40 runs” he added READ:Will assess the ‘load of captaincy’ after three years says ViratKohli Kohli’s formula of getting runs consistently is just to go out there and live in the situation rather than thinking of runs as his ultimate goal “See what’s happening understand the bowlers not necessarily have your plans of attacking bowlers but to understand how the situation is playing out Stay calm on the wicket try to spend as much time on the wicket Instinctive players obviously get runs when they spend time on the wicket” Kohli said “I think I am one of them so I like to go out there and play a session or two sessions that’s my target I never think of runs as a goal Obviously I want to score but I don’t think of these many runs in a session or something like that So spending time is something that I aim for in Test cricket” he further added Kohli said their huge first innings lead of 200 runs gave them a cushion “We saw that in this match too as we had a total of 450-460 So the batsmen know they cannot afford to make mistakes And if you make mistakes 3-4 wickets can fall in one session so we were able to get 200 runs lead because of that” READ:Take out Virat Kohli’s runs we had put India under pressure says AlastairCook “I think first innings is quite important because afterwards it gets difficult So at the start if you can get 100-150 runs extra then you get advantage of that in the second innings for sure” Kohli said that despite a crushing win English can’t be taken lightly “England are a side we do not take for granted We understand that they have quality players who have played a lot of cricket their captain has over 100 Tests so have other couple players so you expect them to show that resilience and character and fight It is a learning process for us as well to be patient and to fight” England lost Motera Test in Ahmedabad by nine wickets to bounce back from being 0-1 down and win 2-1 in a four-match series in 2012 series Faced with a similar situation going into Mohali for the third Test from November 26 Kohli however is not worried “We know the ability that they have but we are not thinking about the past We are not the side which thinks what happened the last time they came or the last time we went there You are already not in the game as soon as you start thinking like that” PHOTOS:England surrender to spin as India take 1-0lead Kohli credits Cheteshwar Pujara’s input that led to Captaon Cook’s dismissal at the fag end of the day Giving Cheteshwar Pujara the credit for the wicket Kohli said: “It’s just that in the last over the suggestion came from Pujara that we could try probably a different field have two more on the legside and make him really defend well in the last six balls to put a bit of doubt in his head and it worked He tried to play in front of his pad not close to the body That’s it I mean little margins can give you the game I think that was a crucial breakthrough we needed” “The new batter (Duckett) did not get to face any more deliveries He knew first thing in the morning four more balls to go in the over and he’s straightaway under pressure as a batsman I know that for a fact Pretty crucial dismissal that for us and it really set the tone for us today morning” “It was a test of our patience We knew that they are going to try and annoy us by playing like this and hope that we lose that our cool bowl with different plans and do too many things which we did not We maintained a similar field throughout” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBeijing: Alexander Zverev underlined his rich potential as he reached the ATP Finals in London for the first time with his quarter-final victory at the China Open on Friday The 20-year-old German joins Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer as confirmed entrants for the end-of-season spectacular and is the youngest player to qualify since Juan Martin del Potro in 2008 Alexander Zverev celebrates after defeating Andrey Rublev in the men’s singles quarterfinal match atChina Open AP Zverev the World No 4enjoying a breakthrough year sealed his spot with the best in men’s tennis after a straight-forward 6-2 6-3 victory over Russia’s Andrey Rublev in Beijing Zverev who faces another young talent in the unpredictable Australian Nick Kyrgios in Saturday’s semi-finals in the Chinese capital said: "I think it’s great for any player to qualify for a prestigious event that we have in London "It’s really an award for I think every player that shows that you know you’ve been one of the best players not only for one or two weeks in a year but you’ve been one of the best players for the whole year "That’s something special that’s an amazing achievement for me and I think for all the other guys as well" said Zverev who is chasing a sixth title this season The London Finals begin on 12 November and another five spots are still up for grabs Written by Sneha Dey | Pune | Published: July 6 2013 2:45 am Related News When I was shooting for a travel show called Discover Maharashtraour crew moved around the entire stateexploring and discovering new routes During the entire projectwe visited many villages in and around Maharashtra and tasted so many local delicacies But there was one incident that still lingers on my mindespecially because of the hospitality we were offered Once we were doing a late-night shoot at Mahabaleshwar and suddenly it started raining heavily Fatigued and famishedwe were craving for food desperately but unfortunatelythere was not even a morsel available Walking down the roadcompletely drenched and tiredwe came across a small hut round the corner Those staying there took one look at our condition and immediately invited us into their humble abode and made us feel so comfortable inside They prepared Bhakria round flat unleavened bread made out of nachni or finger millet flour and served that with piping hot Pithlaa porridge-like traditional currymade of chickpea flour It tasted a bit like mutton masalaprobably because of its thick texture and richness Green chillies and chopped onions made a fabulous combination with the dish While we were still gorging on the foodthey followed it by butter milk that had curry leaves sprinkled on top The drink did not just satiate our thirst but also increased the intensity of the flavours in the dish Considering that pithla bhakri is a comfort meal in any Maharashtrian householdthe taste of the food was heavenly yet so simpleand went perfectly with the atmosphere outside Honestlyit reminded me of my good old days and typical country food Our entire crew could not thank the hosts enough They were truly the saviours in our hour of need For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express AppWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Ludhiana | Published: July 3 2012 12:41 am Related News Members of the Ludhiana Builders Association have complained to the government that the states building industry is in the grips of a very active mining mafia Construction material like sandbricks and crusher have suddenly experienced an artificial hike in prices since March 31when the state failed to procure environment clearances for several sand quarriesdue to which mining in them was banned by the Supreme Court as well as the High Court Ludhiana Builders Association Press Secretary Ajit Singh said? but especially the tail needs to hang on and get some bonus runs. This was Sindhu’s fourth victory over Okuhara in eight career meetings.

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